The Geeetech A10 is almost identically constructed and costs about the same as the popular Creality Ender-3. Is the somewhat less known Geeetech A10 even the better 3D printer in the end?
The Creality Ender-3 now closes the “gap” between the predecessor and e.g. the Creality CR-10. Whether this really works and whether the Ender-3 is more than just a gap filler, i.e. brings some good innovations, you can read in my Creality Ender-3 test.
The very successful Anet A8 and Anet A6 (my low-budget recommendation) lost ground against the Creality CR-10 because of the bowden-extruder and the aluminium-frame. Anet anthicipates a comeback with its newest model, the Anet E10.
The Anycubic I3 MEGA 3D printer scores with a very robust construction, quick assembly and well thought-out extras such as a sensor that monitors the filament volume. On paper that sounds great, some features we haven’t tested out-of-the-box – so here is my Anycubic I3 MEGA review!